"Fort Wayne" as written by Charles Thompson and Violet Clarke....
Once I was playing down in Fort Wayne
Lost in the grain, you know what I'm saying?
But like I was saying the kids were swaying
To a rock 'n' roll beat confused in the wheat
From all the doom sayin' and all the egg layin'

Once we were kissing there in the crowd
They cheered so loud, they'd come to listen
They thought we'd gone missing

I can't decide, do I confide
These things in my heart, in my heart, in my heart?

Vous vous rappelez
Dans la ville de Narbonne
Que nous avons embrassé tout la nuit

Il était si grand ecstasy pur
Je ne l'oublierai un moment si parfait
Vous êtes celui le seul pour moi

Once I was playing down in Fort Wayne
Lost in the grain, you know what I'm saying?
Well, like I was saying the kids were swaying
To a rock 'n' roll beat confused in the wheat
From all the doom sayin' and all the egg layin'

My hands are tied, I must confide
These things in my heart, in my heart, in my heart



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"Fort Wayne" as written by Violet Clarke Charles Thompson

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    General CommentYou remember
    In the city of Narbonne
    That we have
    Embraced everything at night
    It was so big
    Pure Ecstasy
    I shall forget it
    A so perfect instant
    You are that
    The only one for me
    RoverIACon December 30, 2009   Link

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